Hyatt Place Phoenix Chandler-Fashion Center

Address: 3535 W Chandler Blvd., Chandler, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85226-5018, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3535 W Chandler Blvd., Chandler, is near Dobson Ranch Golf Course, Arizona Railway Museum, Huhugam Heritage Center, and Buffalo Kids.
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    Travel Blogs from Chandler

    How You Can Dominate Your Weight Loss

    A travel blog entry by fear4pet on Jul 12, 2014

    ... car or truck further more from the retailer. Move all around while you solution telephone calls . Do not go the food market before eating anything. Your craving for food will magnify your wish for fast food, and you also threat getting unhealthy treats that can make you gain body weight. When you find yourself not eager, you have far more mental power over what food you should get which is right for your diet plan. Consuming green tea ...

    Into and out of AZ in 8 days!

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 09, 2013

    ... in this extreme heat to do nothing- except trip over a fan cord and hit my wrist- the sore one, and it had just gotten to feeling better! Finally off to bed.

    Sept 6th - Friday- I do need to start packing-Tuesday will be here too soon!-Another hot day! And wind later in the day, along with the daily weather alert that we may have storms. Talked
    with Suzie and then with Elaine today. Talked with Jeannie twice before we decided ...

    Ron/Gloria's House, Capitol, Frank Loyd Wrights

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Apr 11, 2013

    40 photos

    ... in 1891 and built a series of canals. By 1900 his ranch covered 18,000 acres and then he sold some land to 300 speculators and the city was born. Ranching and growing alfalfa, cotton and grain were important but today it takes a back seat to manufacturing and electronics. There are so many walled shopping and housing developments here all built with the color and look of living in the southwest. The highways in this area all have ...

    It's Cold in Arizona

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jan 31, 2013

    7 photos

    ... It rained last evening but was dry even before we went to bed! Phil did a 3 mile walk today and I did things around the house. It has been cold all day and is supposed to freeze tonight. Needless to say Phil is giving me a bad time about our weather. Later we headed to west Mesa to visit Joe S from Revere Ma, a guy Phil has known for years. He lives in a very nice home and we enjoyed the visit. Later went out to eat at Blue Adobe Grill where I finally had some Mex ...

    From Palms Springs to Phoenix

    A travel blog entry by jeanrose49 on Dec 02, 2012

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... improbable and probably unnecessary town in the dessert, set, rather counter intuitively, next to a giant windmill farm.

    It’s a four hour drive to Vegas through more desert. Occasionally a town with no reason at all to be there crops up offering rooms for $30 and casinos. The Vegas sprawls eventually starts and we have to drive up the Strip to get to our hotel. And Vegas was what we were expecting, though, oddly, we were expecting it to be even more ...